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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

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The Return of the King of Roguelikes

Gabriel Fink May 23, 2024

On December 6, 2018, Hades was released. The game was a roguelike where you play as Zagreus, the son of the titular god of the dead, as he tries to escape the underworld and find his long lost mother....

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‘Almighty So 2’ meets high expectations

Scott Schmidt May 22, 2024

It has been 3,858 days since the GOAT Chief Keef blessed us with “Almighty So” and now 11 years later, Chief Keef has dropped the sequel to one of his best albums, “Almighty So 2.” This album has...

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The new Planet of the Apes movie will make you go bananas

Fisher Christopher May 19, 2024

“Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” was released May 8 and it takes place around 300 years after the previous movie “War for the Planet of the Apes.” There are all new characters in this film,...

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Training season’s over

Modesty Manion May 14, 2024

Between serving at the Met Gala in Marc Jacobs, being the host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live and dropping her third studio album “Radical Optimism,” Dua Lipa is on top of the world this...

Target has a set section for dorm utilities and supplies. Many students start buying utilities for their dorms after graduation.

College dorm essentials

Rylie Unangst May 13, 2024

With May 1 right around the corner, many seniors are making their college decisions for the fall. Planning ahead includes dorm room shopping, which can be extremely stressful. Not knowing what to get,...

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Prom Date lives up to entertaining expectations

Roberto Alvarez May 12, 2024

Last night I watched the movie ''Prom Dates,” which came out exclusively on Hulu May 4. This movie is a comedy about two girls who do not have a date for their high school prom. The first of the two...

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‘Challengers’ serves love as a real tiebreaker

Abby Bartleson May 9, 2024

Through triumphs and defeats, “Challengers” tracks three tennis prodigies and their ever changing and twisted love triangle that blooms between them. Released on April 26, many different critics have...

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Sink the U-boats!

Gabby Fadden April 28, 2024

In 1942, during the peak of World War II, an undercover group of men completed “Operation Postmaster,” a daring mission to cut off supplies to German U-boats. These powerful “Unterseeboots” were...

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Futures and Metro still don’t trust you

Scott Schmidt April 22, 2024

Future and Metro Boomin have been cooking up in the studio and have dropped the second part to their two albums “WE DON’T TRUST YOU” and “WE STILL DON’T TRUST YOU.” This album has two discs,...

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Taylor Swift is a mastermind

Kayleigh Bishop April 22, 2024

The influential, versatile and superstar artist Taylor Swift has released yet another enchanting album: “The Tortured Poets Department.” After only five months since releasing new music for her fans,...

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New Maggie Rogers album is unforgettable

Modesty Manion April 22, 2024

Alternative folk pop artist, Maggie Rogers, got her start through a viral video where her song “Alaska” brought Pharell Williams to tears. She released her debut indie folk album, “Heard it in a...

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‘Might Delete Later’ is a hit

Jack Betzer April 19, 2024

With the new surprise release of ‘Might Delete Later’ on April 5, J. Cole makes a statement in the current rap scene. After not releasing a solo album since 2021, he decided to finally come through....

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